Year End Reflections: A Closer Look at the Second Category


Yesterday we celebrated ourselves for all the projects, goals, and resolutions on which we’re making good progress.  It isn’t about finishing; it’s about taking steps and moving forward as best we can on a regular, consistent basis.  It also isn’t about huge leaps and bounds but rather it’s all about taking the little steps, teensy tiny baby steps if necessary, to keep forging ahead.

WooHoo!  We’re AWESOME!  Yes we are!!

Today, let’s take a closer look at these items in the second category.  As we did when we evaluated the first category, let’s see if we can find any common threads running through these.  Also, let’s see if we notice threads in common with the first category’s items.

Take the time to do this today.  Again, we’re looking for clues–the breadcrumb trail–that’ll help us discover our talents, gifts, and special abilities.  These will lead us to the life of our dreams.


One thing I’ve noticed about myself is that a common thread in my second category items that’s also a thread in common with the first category items, is having things organized.  I like streamlining things and having them neat and orderly so that it’s easy to see what the project is.  Cutting through the drama and getting rid of the clutter is essential to seeing what exactly the project entails.  Once I do this then I can configure systems or gather resources or whatever else I need to tackle the project.

How about you?  What’s a common thread you’ve noticed?  Feel free to share it in the comments section below.  Thanks!

Also, it’s the end of the week so CELEBRATE all the Year End Reflections work that you did this week.


Your Friend and Pep Pal,

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